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Does not appear to be any "special" tool requirement per these pictures. Put a strap wrench on the outermost silver bit and unscrew, or (judging the beat-up look it already has) just scar it up some more with slip joint pliers like the last guy did, at a guess. If the central part turns when you do that, put a wrench on the flats to prevent it from ...


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Tough to tell exactly from the pic but it appears the only way to access the cartridge/washers inside would be to close both water supply lines, and carefully unscrew the flange (round top piece) that mounts to the valve body with a pair of pliers using caution not to scratch the chrome finish. Once that flange in removed the entire faucet handle and guts ...


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